• Explain the scientific and technical concepts related to communication.
o Which types of electromagnetic radiation are typically involved in the process of communication?
o How is information transmitted?
o What are the main differences between wired and wireless communications?
• Describe your perspective on communication technology such as wireless communication, the Internet, and smart phone technology.
• Provide at least three examples of communication technology you use in your daily life. Examine the underlying scientific concepts used in this technology.
• Consider the developments that have led to the United States’ current infrastructure and make a prediction of the future of communication in society.
• Explain the scientific and technical concepts related to communication. o Which types of electromagnetic radiation are typically involved in the process of communication? o How is information transmitted? o What are the main
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